- by Gersi Mirashi
- February 24, 2023
Multiple intelligence and its implications in education
by, PhD(c). Etleva HAXHIHYSENI, PhD. Briseida ANDONI
Background: Individuals learn in different ways and likely they express their strengths. Gardner’s assertion, if everyone will have the same kind of mind and there would be just one type of intelligence, then we can teach everyone the same thing, in the same way; as well, we will assess them in the same way, and this would be fair. But, as soon as we understand that people have a variety of types of minds, and different types of strengths, education, which treats everyone in the same way, is unfair education. Purpose: of this work is to give a definition and meaning to multiple intelligence and identify its implications in good manners and education. Method: will be literature research in the form of a meta-analytical analysis form and comparative including/melting the pedagogical and psychological studies.
How to cite:
Haxhihyseni, E., & Andoni, B. (2023). Multiple intelligence and its implications in Education. Polis, 22(1), 58–67.
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